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On Target

20 May 2015 By Kevin Allison

The $50 bln U.S. retailer’s quarterly results show it has nimbly moved past a 2013 data breach and a failed foray into Canada. Snappy promotions also helped the firm grow existing-store sales twice as fast as its Arkansas-based rival did. It deserves a little more investor love.

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